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10 Emmerson Avenue

Built in 1906, this two-and-a-half-storey home was originally owned by John A. Whalen. The first-floor exterior walls are of brick veneer, painted white. The second floor exterior walls are covered with asphalt shingles. The lower two feet of the second floor exterior walls are slightly curving outwards to create a distinct lip that divides the first and second floors. The house has a front porch made of wood, and the roof of the porch is used as a balcony for the second floor. The front portion of the house has a hipped roof, and the back of the house has a pyramidal roof design. Also found on the roof are hipped dormers.  Another interesting architectural feature is a round two-storey semi-detached tower, located at the southeast corner of the house. The tower's roof is cone shaped and has an ornamental extension at its vertex, which extends several feet above the shingled portion of the tower.

10 Emmerson Avenue

 

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